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Lobos slam UTEP in opener

UNM fullback Jarrod Baxter rushed for a career-high 184 yards and scored two second half touchdowns to guide the Lobos to a 26-6 opening day victory Saturday over the University of Texas at El Paso.


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Sports in Brief

The cross-country team started the season in an impressive fashion at the Lori Fitzgerald Invitational on Saturday as the men took home a victory and the women finished in second place.


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Lobos promise hampered by inexperience

The UNM volleyball team showed hints of greatness this past weekend in the Comcast Invitational Tournament at Johnson Arena. But reality set in as their youth and inexperience reared its head during the championship match.


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Athletes of the Week

Senior running back Jarrod Baxter of the football team and Ashley Kirsch of the volleyball team are the New Mexico Daily Lobo Athletes of the Week.







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Soccer teams start off well, need fine-tuning

For the UNM men’s and women’s soccer teams, Saturday was a day the teams finally got to face an opponent other than their teammates. Both teams tied their exhibition games and the coaches had mixed reviews on their teams’ performances at the UNM Soccer Complex.





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Lobos to take on top teams

If experience dictates the direction and success of a team, the 2001 version of the UNM women’s soccer team may achieve more than what is being predicted of it.


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Women’s team loses player

The UNM women’s basketball team signed six new players during the recruiting season last year, but that number was trimmed down one on Monday when it was announced that incoming freshman Kirbi Wilson will no longer attend the University.



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Peterson brings success to court

Replacing a long-time coach at the collegiate sports level is usually a tough undertaking. But in the case of new UNM volleyball coach Tom Peterson, who replaced 17-year veteran Laurel Brassey Iversen last November, his past success may make Iversen’s departure a sweeter pill to swallow.



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Last scrimmage a mixed bag

The UNM football team’s final scrimmage, during Fan Appreciation Day at the newly renovated University Stadium on Saturday, mirrored a dress rehearsal: good at times, sloppy at others, but overall, a good effort.

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